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AKHIL RAJAN
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17/01/2020 11:16 am  

Forums and subForums


Forums are used to classify discussion topics. For every topic that you create, you create it in some forum. The purpose of forums is to enable forum administrators to quickly display a listing of a particular type/mean of topics. For example, if you want users to be able to quickly access all of the company’s news, you could create a forum called “Company News and Announcements”. When a user adds a new topic, they can assign it to the “Company News and Announcements” forum. To find all of the available news and announcements, other users can search on the “News and Announcements” forum to see a listing of topics that are in that forum.

Forum Layouts


The main two advantages and uniqueness of wpForo are Forum Layouts and Hybrid Forums. wpForo theme has a built-in multi-layout system. You can configure and display different sections of your forum with different layouts and forums will have a Hybrid look and feel. Currently, the default “Classic” theme comes with four layouts:

  1. Extended Layout: Classic forum layout with a unique feature to show one level of deeper information in advance. You can see the latest topics of each forum on Forum List and the latest posts of each topic on the Topic List.
  2. Simplified Layout: Light, modern and beautiful forum layout with topic and post author avatars on forum and topic lists.
  3. Question and Answer Layout: Complete Question & Answers discussion board for professional support and for communities similar to Stack Overflow. A perfect platform for users to ask and answer questions, and, through membership and active participation, to vote up or down.
  4. New – Threaded Layout: You can use this layout for any kind of discussions, especially for support forums, support tickets, product reviewing discussions and thread oriented forums (a small number of categories and forums, even just one forum)
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